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By Asif Ahmed On February 21, 1965, the great African-American civil rights leader Malcolm X fell to an assassin’s bullet. The events of that momentous day represent a culmination of a life devoted to the relentless struggle for justice and an unwavering devotion to the pursuit of truth. Born Malcolm Little [...]
877-WHY-ISLAM Brochure Request a copy View in PDF Ethnicity in IslamMalcolm X. From Darkness to LightMalcolm X’s struggles through life propelled him on a quest for a better world. From a troubled childhood to an incarcerated youth, from upholding black pride to advocating black [...]
By Meena Malik Every year Hajj, a pilgrimage mandatory for all Muslims to complete once in their lifetime, is a great opportunity to see the vastness and diversity of the Muslims in our world today. The global community of Muslims is something Muslims call the “ummah.” The bonds of [...]
Nailah Dean There are some widely celebrated holidays in America that Muslims avoid due to their religious connotations, such as Christmas and Easter. Others, such as Thanksgiving or the fourth of July, are more cultural in nature, and thus, some Muslims choose to partake in these festivities. Then, [...]
Farhana N. Shah Educators have a tremendous responsibility in ensuring all students are safe from maliciousness and hate. In our current climate there is a disturbing trend of Islamophobia that may not be addressed in schools. The rise and spread of Islamophobia are generating a different landscape [...]